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micha cárdenas and Frances Lee exhibit artworks in Basel, Switzerland

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IAS faculty member micha cárdenas is in the exhibition "Future Love: Desire and Kinship in Hypernature" at the House of Electronic Culture in Basel Switzerland. The group exhibition, which opened January 18, 2018, examines the impact of new technologies and social media on our affective relationships and sexuality. The curatorial statement from Boris Magrini states, "Never has the future of our emotional, sexual and familial relationships appeared more exciting ...

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Jin-Kyu Jung publishes three new papers

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung returns from sabbatical, having published 3 papers.  The first is “Mapping Communities: Geographic and Interdisciplinary Community-Based Learning and Research,” in Professional Geographers. The article reflects on Jung’s teaching of a community-based learning and research course, BIS352 Mapping Communities, and highlights the role of geography in promoting community engagement, and ...

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Alumni Shout Out!

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Chad Bates (’14, Global Studies) accepted a new role as Business Operations Manager for Specialty Practices at Amazon Web Services Professional Services. Previously, he was the Concierge Customer Service Manager at Amazon Web Services.  Jung Lee (’13, Policy Studies) started a new position as Academic Services Manager for ...

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Frances Lee wins the 2017 Survival Guide Award at the Gender Justice Awards

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2nd year MA in Cultural Studies student Frances Lee was presented the 2017 Survival Guide Award at the Gender Justice Awards on December 14, 2017. Gender Justice League, a prominent advocacy group for transgender, genderqueer, non-binary, and gender non-conforming individuals in Washington state, awards community members who have gone above and beyond in their creativity and impact in creating change. Frances was chosen ...

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Basu and Yang-Abreu help Mosqueda win Seattle City Council seat

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Last November, Teresa Mosqueda became the newest addition to the Seattle City Council, and recent graduates Aretha Basu (’17, Society, Ethics & Human Behavior) and Tai Yang-Abreu (’17, Global Studies) were critical to her victory.  Basu served as Mosqueda’s campaign manager and Yang-Abreu, her field director. Yang-Abreu graduated last summer and described the intensity of her last few months ...

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